A microfluidic system for polymerising amino acids, which could prompt a big step forward in biopolymer synthesis, has been developed by scientists in Japan
Laser ablation ICP MS could help shed light on diamond formation
US researchers have come up with a novel microchip-based assay with the potential to help diagnose heart disease and associated inflammatory conditions.
European researchers have developed two methods for separating and transporting tiny amounts of dry powders in microfluidic chips
New method mimics spiders to produce microscale fibres and tubes
Scientists from the US have adapted standard equipment used for making vinyl records to assemble cell networks and produce microfluidic structures.
Cirrus cloud formation may be affected by wet exhaust soot
Detecting BSE in cattle early is critical, making a test for BSE in live cattle highly desirable.
Analysis of tooth cementum gives insight into ancient lives.
Ionic liquids provide new temperature controls
Operations spanning 10 years have yielded the first review of validation exercises using ozone and temperature lidar measurements from the Network for the Detection of Stratospheric Change (NDSC).
Current intense interest in natural products as antioxidants has prompted scientists from China and Singapore to revisit the antioxidant properties of Chinese herbal medicines (CHM).
Ionic liquids can remove sulfur from oil refinery streams.
Japanese scientists have developed a new power-free pumping method for poly(dimethylsiloxane) (PDMS) microfluidic chips.
Connecting microfluidic devices may not be as problematic in the future as it is now.
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